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SpaceX Starlink satellite internet just launched in two huge markets

SpaceX recently expanded the footprint of its Starlink internet service to cover all of Canada and Alaska. The updated coverage map on Starlink’s official website now shows that the eponymous satellite internet service is available in most of North America, while supported regions in Latin America include Brazil. and Chile. …

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Cosmonauts prepare for ISS spacewalk, SpaceX Dragon targets Monday launch

NASA astronaut and Expedition 68 Flight Engineer Frank Rubio is pictured during a spacewalk strapped to the starboard truss structure of the International Space Station. Behind Rubio, the last rays of an orbital sunset penetrate Earth’s thin atmosphere as the space station flew 258 miles above the African nation of …

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“Working remotely is fine if…”: Elon Musk clarifies work-from-home policy on Twitter, Tesla, SpaceX

Billionaire Elon Musk said on Sunday that his staff at Twitter, Tesla and SpaceX could work from home if it was not logistically possible to come to the office. Musk made the statement while responding to a post on the microblogging site Twitter from an Ireland-based worker who said he …

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SpaceX facility under construction near The Boring Company in Bastrop

BASTROP — SpaceX has begun construction of a half-million-square-foot building on rural property in Bastrop, directly across from where another Elon Musk-owned business, The Boring Company, has made its home . The 521,000 square foot building – about the size of five or six HEB stores – sits on Walker …

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As Musk Focuses On Twitter, His $56 Billion Tesla Salary Is On Trial

WILMINGTON, Del., Nov 7 (Reuters) – As Elon Musk is engulfed in his redesign of Twitter, the entrepreneur is heading for a lawsuit to defend his record $56 billion Tesla Inc salary against allegations that he enriches him unjustly without requiring his full-time presence with the builder. A Tesla shareholder …

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SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31/G-32 ROCKET LAUNCH

Event details Payload Blog SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31/G-32 08/11/2022 11:06 Space Launch Complex 40 • Cape Canaveral Space Force Station ASSIGNMENT: Galaxy 31 (G-31) and Galaxy 32 (G-32) are the next satellites in Intelsat’s comprehensive Galaxy fleet renewal plan, a new generation of technology that will …

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SpaceX will send 2 Saudi astronauts to the space station on a private mission

The International Space Station’s second fully private mission is now fully crewed, according to a report. NASA and Houston-based company Axiom Space have confirmed that two Saudi astronauts will join the SpaceX mission, according to SpaceNews (opens in a new tab). Ax-2 will send four people to the International Space …

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Watch SpaceX launch a Falcon Heavy for the first time in three years TechCrunch

Thousands of people gather on Florida’s Space Coast to watch SpaceX launch the massive Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time since 2019. SpaceX will attempt to directly inject two US Space Force spacecraft into geosynchronous orbit. The payload includes TETRA-1, a microsatellite developed by Boeing subsidiary Millennium Space Systems, …

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Amazon may turn to rival SpaceX for satellite launches

SpaceX is using its Falcon 9 rocket to launch its own internet constellation into orbit.Photo: SpaceX Amazon has a tight schedule to launch its internet satellites into orbit, so the company may have to look to competitor SpaceX for rides. During a live interview with the Washington Post, Amazon supper …

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SpaceX assembles Falcon Heavy rocket for first launch in 40 months

SpaceX has assembled the fourth Falcon Heavy for the rocket’s first launch in 40 months. A photo shared by SpaceX on Oct. 23 shows it mated Falcon Heavy’s three first-stage boosters in preparation for pre-launch testing. Simultaneously, workers completed the equally important task of converting 39A’s transporter/erector (T/E), which has …

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SpaceX deploys Starship, stacks world’s largest rocket and successfully launches Starlink hours apart

Within 15 hours, SpaceX launched a new spacecraft from its South Texas Launch and Test Facility, reassembled the world’s largest rocket, launched Starlink satellites into orbit and retrieved a repurposed Falcon 9 booster from the port. The burst of activity began around sunset at SpaceX’s Starbase rocket factory in Boca …

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SpaceX engineer knocked out during rocket test, placed in coma

A SpaceX engineer was injured while testing a rocket part, leaving him in a coma for months, sources say. OSHA said Francisco Cabada was hospitalized with head trauma and a fractured skull. The regulatory agency fined SpaceX more than $18,400 for two safety violations stemming from the accident. Loading Something …

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Musk: SpaceX could continue to fund satellite service in Ukraine

NEW YORK (AP) — Billionaire Elon Musk suggested in a tweet on Saturday that his rocket company SpaceX could continue to fund its Starlink satellite internet service in Ukraine. But Musk’s tone and phrasing also raised the possibility that the irascible Tesla CEO was simply being sarcastic. Musk frequently tweets …

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SpaceX will seek authorization for Starlink services

SpaceX is set to apply to the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) for a Global Personal Mobile Satellite Services (GMPCS) license to launch broadband services from space in India under its Starlink brand, people with knowledge of the company have said. topic. The move will pit the Elon Musk-owned company against …

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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches on record-breaking 14th mission

SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket on its record-breaking 14th mission Saturday, Oct. 8, sending two commercial communications satellites into orbit. The Falcon 9topped by Intelsat’s Galaxy 33 and Galaxy 34 satellites, lifted off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida on Saturday at 7:05 p.m. EDT (2305 GMT). …

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SpaceX Crew-5 astronauts prepare to dock with the ISS

A day after launching from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the four astronauts of NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5 mission will dock with the International Space Station on Thursday. On board is the first Native American woman to ever go into space. Additionally, the crew includes the first Russian to be launched …

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SpaceX to upgrade Cape Canaveral pad for crew and cargo missions

KAHULUI, Hawaii — As SpaceX prepares to launch a new crew to the International Space Station from a pad at Kennedy Space Center, it begins work to upgrade another pad at Cape Canaveral as a backup. NASA and SpaceX completed the launch readiness review on Oct. 3 for the Crew-5 …

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NASA and SpaceX are exploring a private mission to extend the life of the Hubble Telescope

SpaceX could extend the life of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. NASA and SpaceX will explore whether it’s possible to extend the life of the Hubble Space Telescope by using a SpaceX Dragon probe to push it into a higher orbit. The Hubble Space Telescope left Earth 32 years ago and …

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The value of a board of directors for a non-Elon Musk company

Ben Kepes is a Canterbury-based entrepreneur and professional board member. OPINION: I was chatting with a friend last week. Said buddy is on his second gig as general manager. On both occasions, he led high-growth organizations and our conversation focused on the role of a board and the value it …

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With Nod from the United States, SpaceX will activate Starlink in Iran

With Nod from the United States, SpaceX will activate Starlink in Iran | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content SpaceX Starlink enters the fray in Iran. Credit: SpaceX After the US Treasury announced exemptions to new sanctions, Elon Musk said SpaceX was “activating Internet Starlink” in Iran. The …

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Investing in space: a SPAC that raises eyebrows

CNBC’s Investing in Space newsletter offers a vDiscover the space exploration and privatization industry, straight to your inbox. CNBC’s Michael Sheetz reports and curates breaking news, investor updates and exclusive interviews on the biggest companies reaching new heights. Subscribe to receive future editions. Preview: A SPAC space is back I’m …

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Solar flare, like SpaceX satellite crash, disrupts communications

A solar flare erupted from an outbound sunspot on September 16, releasing a pulse of X-rays and extreme UV radiation that caused shortwave radio blackouts in Africa and the Middle East. Frequencies below 25 MHz were affected up to an hour after the eruption. The strength of solar flares is …

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Where to watch and stream MARS: Inside SpaceX Free Online

Best Sites to Watch MARS: Inside SpaceX – Last Updated September 18, 2022 Read on to see all the sites where you can watch MARS: Inside SpaceX online right now. You can also see the MARS: Inside SpaceX cast, crew, plot, and release date on this page. Cast: Elon Musk …

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NASA calls for proposals for 2nd Artemis lunar lander

NASA is asking private industry to come up with ideas for another astronaut lunar lander. The space agency is working to establish a long-term human presence on and around the moon by the end of the 2020s, through a program called Artemis. In 2021, NASA announced that it had selected …

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SpaceX Starlink internet service kicks off in Antarctica

SpaceX’s Starlink internet constellation is undergoing a serious remote service test. SpaceX has long touted Starlink’s potential as a global connector, enabling people in rural areas and other underserved communities to access high-speed Internet. And Stellar Link broadband is now beaming to one of the most remote communities on earth …

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UFO spotted in Lucknow sky? Mysterious dotted lights stun Kannauj residents, turn out to be Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starlink satellite train, see viral photos

Residents of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh were left puzzled after capturing a train of flashing white lights in the sky. The bizarre dotted lights were seen moving at a slow pace across the evening sky. Apparently, on September 4, SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk, had sent a space shoot it with …

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SpaceX launches one of its most complex missions ever

Abel Avalon, president and CEO of AST Spacemobile, said in a statement. This breakthrough technology supports our mission to close the connectivity gap faced by today’s more than 5 billion mobile customers and bring mobile broadband to nearly half of the world’s population who are still not connected. We want …

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SpaceX appeals US FCC rejection of rural broadband subsidies

An exterior of SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Sept 9 (Reuters) – SpaceX on Friday challenged the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to deny the space company’s satellite internet unit $885.5 million in broadband …

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These companies plan to use rockets to transport military goods

Companies that have so far sought to join the military in exploring ways to make the idea a reality include Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin and, most recently, Rocket Lab, according to a press release on Tuesday. Essentially, the lineup is a who’s-who of the “new space” business …

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SpaceX ‘noise’ goes largely quiet over summer

MCLENNAN COUNTY – Say the name SpaceX in central Texas and most people think of the giant rocket engine test facility in McLennan County. At any one time, nearly 1,000 or more people are employed there. They inject a lot of money into the local economy. For months last winter …

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Watch SpaceX launch 51 Starlink satellites and a space tug on Sunday

SpaceX plans to send a space tug aloft with another big batch of Starlink internet satellites on Sunday evening (September 4). A SpaceX The Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to lift off Sunday from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on the east coast of Florida, carrying 51 Stellar Link internet …

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Aussie Company strikes deal with NASA to help get people to the Moon: what about SpaceX?

Urian B.Tech Times August 29, 2022, 11:08 p.m. An Australian tech company just struck a deal with NASA and will provide the space agency with software to monitor the first woman and first person of color to land on the Moon. They will also help monitor the first human on …

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The last space shuttle pilot, SpaceX’s first capsule commander watching the next spacecraft take flight

Astronaut Doug Hurley commanded the first human mission of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule in 2020. Prior to that, he notably piloted the last Space Shuttle mission in 2011, logging more than 92 days in space. Hurley retired as a NASA astronaut last year. Now he works for Northrop Grumman, which …

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US justice confirms SpaceX satellite deployment plan

An exterior of SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California May 29, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, Aug 26 (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) decision to approve a SpaceX plan to deploy certain Starlink satellites …

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EXPLAINER: NASA tests new moon rocket, 50 years after Apollo

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Years late and billions over budget, NASA’s new moon rocket makes its debut next week on a high-stakes test flight before astronauts take over. The 322-foot (98-meter) rocket will attempt to send an empty crew capsule into distant lunar orbit, 50 years after NASA’s famous …

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A line of lights moving across the Idaho sky? Satellites, not UFOs

The slowly moving linear lights in the sky are Starlink satellites, according to Steven Shropshire, professor of physics at Idaho State University. Courtesy of Lee Flowers People have been looking at the stars for centuries, and if you happened to look at the night sky in eastern Idaho in the …

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SpaceX Dragon freighter returns to Earth from space station

A SpaceX Dragon freighter returned to Earth with an ocean splash Saturday (August 20) carrying tons of scientific equipment from the International Space Station. The uncrewed Dragon space capsule crashed off the coast of Florida at 2:53 p.m. EDT (1953 GMT) after just over a month on the space station. …

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Watch SpaceX launch 53 Starlink satellites and land a rocket at sea on Friday

SpaceX will launch 53 more of its Starlink internet satellites and land a rocket at sea today (August 19), and you can watch it all live. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying 53 Stellar Link The spacecraft is scheduled to lift off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida …

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Spacewalk, Dragon Ops near as health research continues – Space Station

The SpaceX Dragon space freighter approaches the space station during an orbital sunrise on July 16, 2022. The heads of mission have given the “go” for the seventh extravehicular outing of the year which must take place in the middle of the week. A US freighter is also nearing the …

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Twilio Gets Hacked, Teens Ditch Facebook, and SpaceX Takes South Korea to the Moon – TechCrunch

Hello again! Welcome to Week in Review, the newsletter where we quickly recap the top stories from TechCrunch dot-com this week. Want it in your inbox every Saturday? Register here. Is Facebook for older people? If you have a teenager at home, you’ve probably heard them say the same thing. …

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SpaceX is ready for the launch of a third Falcon rocket in five weeks from Vandenberg SFB | Local News

A Falcon 9 rocket launch of 46 new Starlink satellites will aim for liftoff Friday afternoon on the third mission in less than five weeks from Vandenberg Space Force Base. The Space Exploration Technologies rocket launcher will attempt to lift off at 2:40 p.m. from Space Launch Complex-4 at the …

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Multiple Nanoracks customer payloads launched on SpaceX CRS-25 mission – SatNews

Nano racks had several payloads launched at the SpaceX CRS-25 (SpX-25) in July 2022 – some of these payloads have been in the works for three years. These payloads were sent as part of a resupply mission international space station (ISS) for scientific research and technology demonstrations that will help …

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Activists resist Elon Musk’s SpaceX ‘settlement’ of South Texas, citing environmental damage and gentrification

Local activists today submitted multiple requests for information about possible collusion between government officials and Elon Musk’s tech giant SpaceX in the company’s expansion into South Texas and the arrest of an environmental activist. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests are part of continued opposition by community groups to …

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Researchers turn to wind tunnels to predict where space junk will land

The skywatching world has been turned upside down this week with multiple reports of space junk falling on Australian farms. Experts say that the higher the satellites go up, the more it makes sense for others to go down. Key points: The largest space junk seen in Australia since 1979 …

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Elon Musk denies building a private airport in Texas

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk denies reports he is building a private airport near Bastrop. On Thursday morning, he took to Twitter to push back against reports of rumored development east of Austin. “That’s not true,” he said. tweeted in response to an article by Express-News sister site MySA.com. …

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Haiti SpaceX/Starlink Service is a Game Changer to Bring Internet Services to Rural and Underserved Communities

Empowering our employees with the tools and knowledge to enter the 21st century DALLAS, TEXAS, USA, Aug. 2, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — RESSCOP & DeLaPorte, Inc, a strategic partnership company of DeLaPorte & Associates, Inc, is referred to herein as (RDI). Over the past three months, RDI has evaluated various satellite …

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3 companies that could replace Russia on the International Space Station

In 2024, Russia plans to abandon the International Space Station. It was the headline that shocked the space community this week, when Russia’s TASS news agency quoted Roscosmos’ new head Yuri Borisov as saying that Russia would “withdraw from this station after 2024” and try to build a new all-Russian …

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Dozens of American companies were listed in a leaked user database for a Russian facial recognition company

A leaked user list from Russian facial recognition company NTech Lab counted more than 1,100 entities, including dozens of American companies. Russia-based NTech Lab sells a facial recognition tool called FindFace, and its donors include two Russian government-backed funds. The list of disclosed users provides the most detailed information on …

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Will SpaceX’s new competitor Dragon Capsule arrive? A European startup is working on an alternative to reusable rockets!

The SpaceX Dragon Capsule is expected to have a new competitor, The Exploration Company, a European startup that is working on its own reusable spacecraft. (Picture: SpaceX)Will SpaceX’s new competitor Dragon Capsule arrive? A European startup is working on an alternative to reusable rockets! The CEO and co-founder of the …

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US space leadership commands Musk’s heavenly gaze

By Richard Weitz Whatever benefits Elon Musk might have brought to Twitter as owner, America’s space power will undoubtedly benefit from the collapse of the deal. Generous congressional support, including huge grants, and strong backing from NASA have enabled SpaceX to help drive the recent resurgence of U.S. interest, investment, …

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French Eutelsat in talks on a possible merger with British satellite operator OneWeb

A Soyuz-2.1b rocket booster with a Fregat upper stage and satellites from Britain’s OneWeb is removed from a launch pad after the launch was canceled at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, March 4, 2022. Roscosm. via Reuters French satellite company Eutelsat said it was in talks with British rival OneWeb over …

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Watch a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket fly by the moon (video)

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket took the scenic route, orbiting 46 Starlink satellites on Friday, July 22. Although it was a gray day at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, the Falcon 9 rocket quickly soared above the clouds, where tracking camera footage from the launch captured an unobstructed view …

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Cameron County gives routes and official support to SpaceX as opposition to company grows

Cameron County now fully supports SpaceX’s plans to launch the largest rocket ever made from its Boca Chica Beach facility. The Cameron County Court of Commissioners voted unanimously to back SpaceX’s latest rocket project on Tuesday, after hours of executive session. SpaceX plans to launch a prototype of its Starship …

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SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch NASA’s Roman Space Telescope

NASA has chosen SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket to launch its next large space telescope, a wide-field observatory that should directly complement the brand new James Webb Space Telescope. Originally known as the Wide Field InfraRed Survey Telescope (WFIRST), NASA recently renamed the mission in honor of Nancy Grace Roman, a …

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Weekly recap of space news: James Webb Space Telescope, SpaceX explosion and more

Last week, NASA rolled back the curtains on a photo gallery that heralds the next era of space exploration: the first images from the James Webb Telescope. The Advanced Webb Telescope has given us some of the most detailed views of the most distant cosmic objects in the galaxy. But …

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Musk – The New Indian Express

By IANS SAN FRANCISCO: Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said the electric vehicle company must protect life on Earth and its space society to expand beyond Earth. The tech billionaire expressed his opinion about his plans on the microblogging platform Twitter. “Tesla must protect life on Earth, SpaceX to …

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SpaceX Falcon 9 launches CRS-25 mission

A SpaceX Falcon 9 carrying a Cargo Dragon lifted off at 8:44 p.m. EDT Thursday, July 14 to launch NASA’s CRS-25 mission to the International Space Station. The mission, NASA’s Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation (EMIT), flew aboard SpaceX’s 25th commercial resupply services mission to the orbiting laboratory. SpaceX’s …

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Disruption at SpaceX: What employers can learn

Listen to the article 6 minutes This audio is generated automatically. Please let us know if you have any comments. “It’s about believing in the future and thinking that the future will be better than the past.” Displayed on an image of outer space on SpaceX’s mission page, this statement …

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SpaceX launches 46 satellites and lands a rocket on a ship at sea

SpaceX launched 46 satellites and landed the return rocket on a ship at sea on Sunday July 10. One step in two steps Falcon 9 spacex 46 topped rocket Stellar Link The Internet satellites lifted off from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on Sunday at 9:39 p.m. EDT (6:39 …

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The X-37B space plane: is it really a weapon?

The X-37 project has advanced, in secrecy, throughout the 21st century. Designed by Boeing, the X-37 is an unmanned robotic spacecraft, designed to demonstrate reusable space technologies. Currently, the United States Air Force operates the X-37B, conducting mysterious orbital missions and offering few public disclosures. X-37B: some details are available …

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Texas group to appeal decision on SpaceX beach closure

A South Texas environmental group’s lawsuit over closing Boca Chica beach to accommodate SpaceX tests and launches has been dismissed. Save RGV, the group that filed the complaint, said it would appeal. Cameron County State District Judge Gloria Rincones ruled last week that the group lacked standing in the lawsuit …

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SpaceX shares image of super heavy booster bristling with 33 newly installed Raptor engines

Not too long ago, SpaceX passed its programmatic environmental assessment (PEA) with the FAA, although many corrective actions were recommended. With this obstacle in its rearview mirror, SpaceX is busy preparing the Spatialship and Very heavy prototypes for their orbital test flight. Saturday July 2, the company pictures posted on …

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Space Tourism Market Competitive Dynamics and Global Outlook 2028 Blue Origin, SpaceX, Virgin Galactic – Brits in Kenya

Space tourism market The study on the Global Space Tourism Market is known to provide a detailed analysis of the segments and revenue shares that are covered for the growth of the market during the estimated forecast period. The Global Space Tourism Market research report presents an in-depth study of …

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SpaceX and ULA celebrate July 4 with two rocket launches

Space is important to us, which is why we strive to provide you with the best coverage of industry and launches in Florida. Journalism like this takes time and resources. Please support him with a subscription here. — A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launch brought the fireworks to …

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3D printed rockets ready to take off

The 3D printed Relativity Space stage 1 rocket is installed in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Trevor Mahlmann/Space of relativity If Terran1’s launch this summer from Cape Canaveral is successful, Relativity Space will be the first aerospace manufacturing company to send a fully 3D-printed rocket into space. Soon after, a California startup …

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Launch of NASA’s CAPSTONE mission to the Moon

A small NASA-funded spacecraft launched from New Zealand on Tuesday, kicking off the space agency’s plans to send astronauts back to the moon in a few years. The spacecraft, called CAPSTONE, is about the size of a microwave oven. It will study a specific orbit where NASA plans to build …

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Roscosmos’ only female cosmonaut to launch in SpaceX capsule on September 1: Report

Anna Kikina, Russia’s only active female cosmonaut, will board SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule on September 1 for her flight to the International Space Station (ISS). In an official statement on Telegram, the Russian space agency Roscosmos revealed that Kikina’s flight was part of the Crew-5 mission under its seat swap …

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Lucky photographer captures SpaceX rocket firing into the night sky

A photographer was camping when a SpaceX rocket streaked across the sky in front of him and he was lucky enough to capture some spectacular video footage of it. Justin Anderson was in Manitoba Provincial Park when he saw the remarkable sight as he gazed up at the stars around …

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Meet the husband-wife duo competing with SpaceX to send cargo to the moon

Imagine having the chance to vacation in space: you pack your bags, launch into the skies and find yourself floating among a sea of ​​stars. Now imagine having an unexpected allergic reaction. Suddenly you’re hundreds of miles above the Earth, wheezing, itching, puffy eyes, and no medicine in sight. “Are …

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SpaceX reportedly fired employees criticizing CEO Elon Musk

Hawthorne, California (AP) – SpaceX, the rocket company led by the CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk, dismissed several employees involved in an open letter which castigated the colorful billionaire for his behavior, according to the media. Reports on Friday cite an email from Gwynne Shotwell, president of SpaceX, saying the …

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Watch SpaceX launch and land another rocket early Sunday

SpaceX is aiming to pull off a remarkable hat trick early on Sunday (June 19), and you can watch the action live. One step in two stages Falcon 9 The rocket is scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida on Sunday at 12:27 a.m. EDT (0427 …

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House Armed Services chairman asks Space Force to change how it buys launch services

President’s brand raises concerns about creating opportunities for new players to participate in national security space launch program WASHINGTON — House Armed Services Committee Chairman Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.) In a draft National Defense Authorization Act of 2023, calls for changes in the procurement of military launch services, calling on …

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Tesla, SpaceX founder Elon Musk likes Governor Ron DeSantis for president

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk told his 98 million Twitter followers on Wednesday that he was leaning towards supporting Florida Governor Ron DeSantis if he ran for president. A Twitter user asked Musk which candidate he was “leaning” for the presidency in 2024, and he replied “DeSantis”. The Twitter user then …

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NASA concerns over SpaceX’s Florida launch pad could potentially delay the launch of its Starship rocket, report says

NASA is concerned that SpaceX’s Starship rocket launch in Florida could damage the space agency’s launch infrastructure. NASA wants to ensure that the Starship rocket launch plan will not endanger important assets, a senior space agency official told Reuters. Officials told SpaceX that an explosion at the launch site could …

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Going to space left William Shatner ‘crying’ with grief

This fall, he plans to publish a book, titled “Boldly Go,” which is billed as a sort of philosophical reflection on his life, career, and “the interconnectedness of all things,” according to publisher Simon and Schuster. He’s also the face of a new coding contest that will offer the winner …

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Rumor mill: Ant Group, SpaceX, Goldman

By Tom Zanki (June 9, 2022, 5:13 p.m. EDT) – The deal rumor mill is often overflowing with deals that are said to be about to be signed, but with so many rumors, it can be hard to know which ones to stay in. more than every week. Here, Law360 …

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SpaceX prepares Falcon 9 rocket to launch Egyptian communications satellite – Spaceflight Now

The Nilesat 301 communications satellite undergoes a solar panel deployment test. Credit: Thales Alenia Space An Egyptian-owned communications satellite is nestled in the nose cone of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket for launch Wednesday from Cape Canaveral, heading to an orbital position more than 22,000 miles above the equator . …

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Russia seeks to hijack German telescope on its X-ray spacecraft

Enlarge / Artist’s impression of the Spektr-RG spacecraft carrying the German “extended ROentgen Survey with an Imaging Telescope Array” (eROSITA) X-ray telescope and its Russian partner instrument ART-XC. German Aerospace Center Launched in 2019 on a Proton rocket, the Spektrum-Röntgen-Gamma Telescope is arguably the most significant space science mission built …

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NASA to buy 5 more astronaut missions from SpaceX

NASA plans to purchase five more SpaceX crewed flights to the International Space Station. The agency announced a “single-source amendment” to its contract with SpaceX, which operates the only US system currently transporting NASA astronauts to and from the International Space Station. The expected value of the amended contract was …

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Science News Roundup: Archaeologists Uncover Hoard of Ancient Egyptian Mummies; US FAA delays final SpaceX environmental decision to June 13+

Here is a summary of current scientific news. In an old showdown with sharks, ‘Jaws’ may have doomed ‘The Meg’ An examination of the zinc content in the teeth of living and extinct sharks provides clues to the demise of the largest known shark, indicating that the …

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The most successful human spacecraft in history

Another spacecraft is set to join the coveted list of machines for successful human spaceflight after the launch and return last week of Boeing’s Starliner crew capsule. While Boeing will provide much-needed competition to SpaceX’s Crew Dragon program, it will only be the second commercial capsule to take humans to …

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DOGE Climbs After Spacex News, XTZ Rebounds From Recent Losses – Bitcoin Planet Market News

DOGE rose on Saturday, following Elon Musk’s tweets yesterday confirming that Spacex may soon accept memecoin as a payment option for merch. Tezos was also higher to start the weekend, as it rose almost 5%. Dogecoin (DOGE) DOGE was one of the most notable performers in the crypto markets on …

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Banned adviser pleads guilty to fraud involving fake SpaceX stock

A former NextGen financial adviser has pleaded guilty to fraud, according to a May 23 court filing. Michael Shillin, who had worked as a counselor for nine years, was charged with bank and wire fraud by federal prosecutors in 2021. He pleaded guilty during a Monday appearance in U.S. District …

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SpaceX launch will send cremated remains of loved ones into space on Wednesday – WFTV

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Families across the country will watch with particular interest tomorrow as SpaceX’s next rideshare mission. This is because it is also a memorial flight. On Wednesday, SpaceX will launch its latest rideshare mission, Transporter-5, from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Among the many small satellites in …

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SpaceX scheduled for rocket launch on Wednesday, will feature first-stage booster landing at Cape Canaveral

Residence ” SpaceX scheduled for rocket launch on Wednesday, will feature first-stage booster landing at Cape Canaveral The launch is scheduled for 2:35 p.m. ET SpaceX is preparing for a rocket launch on Wednesday that will carry the Transporter 5 mission from Cape Canaveral and feature a first-stage booster landing …

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Elon Musk says aliens could be good for SpaceX

In a week that has seen congressional hearings on UFO sightings, it’s perhaps unsurprising that the world’s richest man also has an eye out for unusual visitors. As part of an extensive interview this week at the All-In Summit in Miami, Tesla (TSLA) – Get the Tesla Inc report CEO …

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Elon Musk asks the SEC to assess the number of Twitter users

Elon Musk, during an event at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California, United States, Thursday, October 10, 2019. Bloomberg/Getty Amid his deal to acquire Twitter, Elon Musk asked the United States Securities and Exchange Commission to review the social network’s user numbers. Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, wrote in an …

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SpaceX says it will beat NASA on Mars this decade

Officially, NASA intends to land astronauts on Mars by around 2040, plus or minus a year or two. Recently, SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell told CNBC that the aerospace company will outpace NASA on Mars by at least a decade. Ordinarily, these kinds of predictions would make your eyes …

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Rose-Hulman alumnus Justin Smith helps power SpaceX’s Lunar

Engineers, scientists and mathematicians once again have ambitions for American space exploration on the Moon, with Justin Smith, a Rose-Hulman alumnus in 2003, leading the way as a senior executive within the Artemis program of SpaceX with NASA. “Going back to the Moon has been a dream of mine throughout …

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